Reading food labels these days can require a Master’s in communication! In Grandma’s time she could easily buy groceries with one or two ingredients, have them packaged in front of her eyes and walk out the store. Today, you must stand there in the aisle, analyzing every word. So that’s why I want to share with you how to understand food labels.
My fridge can be a scary place some days! But with a few tried and true systems, I can mostly keep it under control and serving me well. Let me share with you my best tips for how to organize your fridge.
One of my favorite things about summertime is all the fresh, local fruit. Especially strawberries! And with strawberries, I can make fresh strawberry pie without Jello or throw some in the freezer for later!
Rhubarb grows like a weed around here. It seems like if you don’t have a patch of it yourself, you know six people who do. It’s kind of like zucchini: everyone is trying to get rid of it and nobody wants to waste it. That’s why I think it’s an essential skill to know how to freeze rhubarb.
Is it crazy to have a family of six and no dishwasher!? Well, my mom didn’t think so. She would say that she had four dishwashers (us four kids!) that didn’t break down so often. If your dishwasher has broken down and you need to employ a human dishwasher, read on to learn how to hand wash dishes.